Manhattanville College School of Business Adds Entertainment Management to Master of Science in Sport Business Program

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Manhattanville College School of Business Adds Entertainment Management to Master of Science in Sport Business Program

Prestigious M.S. Program Celebrates 10th Anniversary By Expanding Focus

September 14, 2017
published September 14, 2017

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Manhattanville College’s School of Business (MSB) today announced that its Sport Business Management master’s program will add
entertainment management as an additional degree option to its successful graduate curriculum.
 
The new M.S. in Sport Business and Entertainment Management program will provide a broad
business management foundation meant for future business leaders in both the sport and
entertainment industries. It has been designed for students to tailor their focus, both in the
selection of required core courses and by creating a customized program of study with
electives in a chosen concentration. The newly enhanced program will be available to graduate
students in the spring of 2018 and applications are now being accepted.
 
Celebrating its 10th anniversary this month, the Sport Business Management program has
graduated more than 300 students and has turned out dozens of outstanding young men and
women who are now working in various areas of the sports industry.

“Our new program will be appealing to those who want to work in sports, those who are
interested in other entertainment areas, and those who have interest in both,” said Dave
Torromeo, long-time executive director of the program. “Our students will be able to leverage
the prestige of their Manhattanville degree along with the powerful connections of the School
of Business and our exceptional faculty and advisory boards to find their niche in the sport and entertainment industries.”
 
Students will be required to take seven core courses (21 credits) such as “Law and Ethics in
Sports” or “Law and Ethics in Entertainment” plus four concentration courses (12 credits), and a
three-credit capstone project. New adjunct faculty specializing in entertainment have been
added to the School of Business to teach the new discipline.

For more information contact David.Torromeo@mville.edu or see the program page.

Manhattanville School of Business

Manhattanville School of Business